Respectfully, I would like to accept the award given to me by American Islamic Congress, New England Interfaith Council for my human rights activities and congratulate everyone on the occasion of international human rights day. Surviving two world wars, in 1948 human race decided to plan for a war free, discrimination free and violence free world. Each of the 30 articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is influenced by the love of mankind for mankind and human dignity, free of gender, religion, conscience, ethnicity, opinion, and economic conditions. Now that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is 62 years old and we are celebrating its anniversary, this human’s identity defined by what is prescribed in the Declaration is the accomplishment of a war torn and deprived man of the 20th century. In other words, it is a novel idea and many countries’ lack of regard for it must not disappoint us.
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